bestride[ bih-strahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF bestride
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BESTRIDE
Sheer audacity is at times the surest steed a man can bestride.
After the death of his master no one was permitted to bestride that good horse.
These lads are as lithe and lean as the ponies they bestride.
Mr. Clarke had the honour to bestride the loins of Bronzomarte.
He seemed to bestride it as we could imagine Alexander bestriding his Bucephalus.
"I shall not fail you if I can bestride my horse," said Gareth.
The color had left his face, and ages seemed to bestride his bent shoulders.
As for that, said Gareth, I shall not fail you an I may bestride mine horse.
Dapple had to lay down on all fours before the lads could bestride him.
To open it, to scale the frame, to bestride it, was the work of a second only.